The MEM @ Microsoft team manages the Intune and Configuration Manager environments at Microsoft. Our service/development engineers combine various components to help automate maintenance of the Intune and Configuration Manager environments (more details about that here). Our work covers various areas besides just maintaining these environments inside of Microsoft. We are part of the Intune engineering organization and so we work together with the product engineers to help build a better management experience for customers (including ourselves). This involves validation of new features before they reach external customers, providing feedback to engineering throughout the design and initial release phases, and sometimes collaborating with the engineering team to develop new features in the Intune product. Another goal we have is to improve the customer experience by providing feedback to Intune engineering teams regarding customer frustrations and to help drive improvements into the product or provide guidance to customers regarding ways to improve your Intune admin experience.
Providing customer guidance:
One of the ways we are working on providing additional guidance is through automation examples uploaded to our open-source GitHub repository. We use automation to reduce maintenance costs of the Intune and Configuration Manager environments and sometimes implement temporary solutions for Intune features that may not be added to the product soon. The repository only has a couple of examples uploaded at this time (QC, Autoscaling VMs, Autopilot deregistration) but we have more automation we could potentially provide examples of, for instance:
Please let us know by commenting below if there is interest in anything in the list above, or if there is some other area not listed where we could improve the Intune admin experience. Your feedback can help us prioritize what automation script examples we should build and share. As we add more to the GitHub repo, and hear more feedback from customers, we will also continue to provide that feedback to Intune engineering regarding the areas of customer interest and collaborate with them to build more capabilities into the Intune product. Thank you!
Yes, those automation examples would be great and welcomed
Everything on that list would be wonderful to have added to that repository.
Looks like the general consensus is that any of the automation examples mentioned above would be of interest. Will start working on adding examples from the list above into the GitHub repository. Thanks all!
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